Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Foods that will Re-Grow from your Kitchen Scraps

The ability to grow most of these vegetables from their leftovers is as simple as sticking the bottom end of them into a well-prepared patch of good soil and making sure their bed is kept moist. Surprisingly easy! If you haven't been gardening for very long, you'll soon develop a Permaculture Eye and start observing how it all works! Just stay aware.

For more information on how each one is done, visit Wake-Up World.

The image includes Fennel, Scallions, Leeks, Garlic, Cabbage, Bok Choy, Celery, Romaine Lettuce, Sweet Potato, Pineapple, Ginger, Lemongrass.


  1. I've not tried growing vegetables in my kitchen. I feel it is a tedious task but it looks like it can be possible if I act upon your advice.

  2. i had to try this. i now have 3 celery plants well on the way...within a week i culd see this was gona be a blast. i also have my scallions and romain lettuce....i started ALL of them in water and recently put onions and celery in a pot of dirt..cant wait to try a few other items....

  3. Its better to buy seeds online and grow your own. That way you know the seeds aren't made by Monsanto, which contain harmful GMOs and pesticides made into the seeds. Every vegetable you buy from the store is an original Monsanto seeded plant. When searching for seeds online look for Monsanto-free.

  4. ...Or don't approve the educational comment and keep stuffing Monsanto poison down your throat for the sake of your pinterest post. Every person that doesn't see that comment is blood on your hands.


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